"Rings" is on a roll. New Line's "Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" topped weekend box office rankings for a fourth consecutive frame with an estimated $16.2 million.
It's been a fairytale start to the New Year overseas for Hollywood as "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" continues to reign in a bunch of markets and the "Harry Potter" phenom just…
Expectations are up for Sony's "Black Hawk Down." For a second straight sesh, the military actioner grossed an estimated $50,000 from each of four theaters in L.A. and Gotham.
Those Hobbits are making a habit of winning. For the third straight frame, New Line's "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings" topped weekend box office rankings, with an estimated $23…
While French cinema pulled in increased market share at home in 2001 (Daily Variety, Jan. 3), pics also exported well, according to figures released by Unifrance this week.
French cinemas notched up 183 million ticket sales in 2001, up 10% and the best year since 1984, according to estimates released by Gallic exhibs Wednesday.
Pop the bubbly -- just not the Dom Perignon. While 2001 will mark increases both in box office and admissions over last year, it's likely to set a record only for B.O. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. will…
Australia's John Winter and Oz-based Indian producer Anupam Sharma are tapping into Bollywood's recent worldwide success with audiences to co-produce a romantic comedy.
With Korean movies snagging more than 40% of local B.O. and homegrown hits bringing seven-digit profits to producers, Koreans are realizing that movies can be as good as gold to investors.
New Line's "Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" has smashed Australia's opening day B.O. record held since 1999 by "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace."